Recent Grants Awarded
Tri-Cities Historical Museum – Collections Facilities and Improvements Program
Amount Awarded: $75,000
Ottawa County Planning & Performance Improvement Department –
Spoonville Trail, Phase II
Amount Awarded: $35,000
Wetland Watch – Sustainable Control of Invasive Phragmites
Amount Awarded: $20,000
Every Woman’s Place – “Discover, Heal, Grow” Capital Campaign
Amount Awarded: $50,000
Four Pointes Center for Successful Aging – Patio Enhancement Program
Amount Awarded: $11,280
Gracious Grounds – Home for Adults with Disabilities
Amount Awarded: $55,000
Greater Ottawa County United Way – Ottawa Housing Next, Phase II
Amount Awarded: $20,000
Indian Trails Camp – Access for All
Amount Awarded: $12,000
Pathways, MI – Ottawa County Youth Assessment Survey
Amount Awarded: $2,000
Northwest Ottawa County Chamber Foundation –
Lakeshore Youth Leadership Connections
Amount Awarded: $4,800 over two years
The Ronald McDonald House of Western Michigan, Inc. – Family Support Program
Amount Awarded: $5,000
Outside In was awarded $10,000 for seed funding for a new Equine Assisted Psychotherapy program designed to assist Veterans suffering from PTSD and other mental health issues following deployment.
Robinson Township was awarded $9,000 to expand the Robinson Township Park baseball/softball field.
Grand Haven Area Public Schools was awarded a $100,000 over the next two years for the Raising Rigor with Books Program
Jeffers Elementary was awarded $7,000 for their Kindergarten Summer Enrichment Program.
Love INC was awarded $45,000 over the next two years for their Free Dental Clinic.
Spring Lake High School was awarded $5,000 for the Campaign for Positive Self Image.
Greater Ottawa County United Way was awarded $1,500 for the Junior Day of Caring Program.
Make-A-Wish Foundation of Michigan was awarded $2,000 for the Spring Lake Wish for Kids Match.
West Michigan Environmental Action Council was awarded $3,000 for the Zero Waste in Landfill program.
Grand Rapids Children’s Museum was awarded $2,500 to support Project Access.
Crockery Township was awarded $3,000 for the North Bank Trail Phase 2B.
Ottawa County Parks & Recreation Department was awarded $4,000 over the next two years from the Prescribed Browsing Project.
CALL 2-1-1 was awarded $8,000 to assist in developing the Youth Engagement Initiative.